Clarkston Wedding Proves that Home Events Can Be Elegant and Sophisticated

IMG_2389It was a gorgeous day for Lisa and Robert’s wedding day.  Held at Lisa’s family home, guests gathered around the pool, patio and beautifully landscaped yard to witness the couple exchange their vows.  Tammara Kane from Grand Jour Events orchestrated the day and had us set up on the balcony overlooking the ceremony.  We played the older romantic tunes of “At Last” “I Only Have Eyes for You” and “The Way You Look Tonight”.  We stayed in the balcony for cocktails and entertained the guests with more nostalgic and contemporary songs.  We wondered if the guests could hear us clearly over the conversation and tinkle of glasses but our concerns were put to rest when upon finishing, they began to applaud.  Thanks to all those guests who took the time to compliment and thank us on the way out.  Two Unique Caterers handled this large job with precision both during the cocktail hour and reception.  And we understand that Zingerman’s Bakehouse maintained it’s reputation for awesome sweets and elegant wedding cakes.  The guests enjoyed the music selections of Dirk,  a star DJ from the Troy based Memory Makers and had a great time with Rock the Booth photo booth throughout the evening.  Congratulations to the Robert and Lisa who proved that weddings at a family home can be a top notch event.

Grand Jour Events

Two Unique Caterers

Rachel Smaller Photography

Memory Maker’s DJ

Zingermans Bakehouse

Rock the Booth

Knights Tent and Party Rental

Metro Cars

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